Compressed Air and Equipment proudly sells, services, and installs the following compresser products. Contact us today to design a new set up, retro fit to an existing set up, or help you find the right stand alone compressor to fit your needs.
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Yes, but if the application is not correct for a rotary screw compressor, you will experience high maintenance costs, oil carry over and premature failure of the compressor. It is best to explain in detail the application the compressor will be going into with a sales specialist to determine the correct type of compressor for you.
A rotary screw compressor is designed to best operate at 100 % load, 100% of the time. For example, if you are a small mechanic shop with 4 technicians, there will not be a constant air demand and a rotary screw compressor will be loading and unloading frequently causing increased oil carryover and premature maintenance and repair needs. If you have a continuous air useage a rotary screw compressor would be well suited when sized properly.